DrugRehabsinNewHampshire.com can help you find the right program for drug and alcohol inpatient treatment and facilitate your addiction recovery. To learn more call 866-269-8588.
(PRWEB) April 14, 2017
Drug Rehabs in New Hampshire is pleased to announce the launch of its flagship website, https://drugrehabsinnewhampshire.com, which is focused on providing valuable information to residents of New Hampshire who may be struggling with a drug or alcohol substance use disorder, and want to find an addiction treatment program that is suited to their needs.
According to the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services’ February 2017 Drug Monitoring Initiative, drug overdose deaths in the state are projected to increase 6 percent from 2015 to 2016. In 2016, Hillsborough County had the highest suspected drug use resulting in overdose deaths per capita at 4.58 deaths per 10,000 population. Stafford County had the second highest suspected drug use resulting in overdose deaths per capita at 4.31 deaths per 10,000 population.
The age group with the largest number of drug overdose deaths is 30-39, which represents 30 percent of all overdose deaths for 2016.
Seeking help for a substance use disorder is a smart decision, one that could very well save your life. In the case of drug rehabilitation, no two individuals are exactly the same. As a unique individual, you require a substance abuse program specifically tailored to your needs.
DrugRehabsinNewHampshire.com can help you find the right program for drug and alcohol inpatient treatment and facilitate your addiction recovery. To learn more, visit https://drugrehabsinnewhampshire.com/ or call 866-269-8588.
DrugRehabsinNewHampshire.com provides information on substance use disorders and drug and alcohol addiction treatment services for New Hampshire residents. Content on the site includes information on the signs of addiction, different addictive substances, and types of addiction treatment including inpatient drug detox, inpatient drug rehab and outpatient programs. To learn more, visit: https://drugrehabsinnewhampshire.com/.